Marine Bioerosion Bibliography




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Lebensspuren von Upogebia operculata (Crustacea, Decapoda) in karibischen Steinkorallen (Madreporaria, Anthozoa). Beitrage zur Paläontologie von Osterreich 11:35-57.


Kleemann, K.H., 1986. Das Bohren und Wachstum von Gregariella (Bivalvia: Mytilacea) aus der Karibik und dem Ost-Pazifik. Senckenbergiana maritima 18:187-209.


Kleemann, K.H., 1990. Evolution of chemically-boring Mytilidae (Bivalvia) , p. 111-124. In: Morton, B. (ed.), The Bivalvia. Proceedings Memorial Symposium C.M. Yonge, Edinburgh, 1986, Hong Kong University Press.


Kleemann, K.H., 1990. Coral associations, biocorrosion, and space competition in Pedum spondyloidem (Gmelin) (Pectinacea, Bivalvia). PSZNI Marine Ecology 11:77-94.


Kleemann, K.H., 1990. Boring and growth of chemically boring bivalves from the Caribbean, Eastern Pacific and Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Senckenbergiana maritima 21:101-154.


Kleemann, K.H., 1992. Coral communities and coral-bivalve associations in the northern Red Sea at Safaga, Egypt. Facies 26:1-10.


Kleemann, K.H., 1994. Mytilid bivalve Lithophaga in Upper Triassic coral Pamiroseris from Zlambach Beds compared with Cretaceous Lithophaga alpina. Facies 30:151-154.


Kleemann, K.H., 1994. Associations of coral and boring bivalves since the Late Cretaceous. Facies 31:131-140.


Kleemann, K.H., 1995. Associations of coral and boring bivalves: Lizard Island (Great Barrier Reef, Australia) versus Safaga (N Red Sea). Beitrage zur Palaontologie 20:31-39.


Kleemann, K.H., 1996. Coral communities at Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Beitr. Paläont. 21:57-67.


Kleemann, K.H., 1996. Biocorrosion by bivalves. Marine Ecology 17:145-158.


Kleemann, K.H., 1998. Superfamily Gastrochaenoidea, p. 367-370. In: Beesley, P.L., Ross, G.J.B. and Wells, A. (eds.), Mollusca: The Southern Synthesis, Fauna of Australia, 5A, xvi + 563, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.


Kleemann, K.H., 2001. The pectinid bivalve Pedum spondyloideum (Gmelin 1791): amount of surface and volume occupied in host corals from the Red Sea. PSZNI Marine Ecology 22:111-133.


Kleemann, K., 2003. Morphology and volume of an endolithic Caribbean chiton dwelling. Coral Reefs 22:98.


Kleemann, K., 2007a. Application to conserve Modiola cinnamomea Lamarck, 1819 as the type species of mytilid bivalve Botula Mörch, 1853. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 65(3): case 3430.


Kleemann, K., 2007b. Catalogue and bibliography of Recent and fossil Botula (Bivalvia: Mytilidae). Zootaxa 1508:1-48.


Kleemann, K.H., 2008a. Parapholas quadrizonata (Spengler, 1792), dominating dead-coral boring bivalve from the Maldives, Indian Ocean, p. 265-278. In: Wisshak, M. and Tapanila, L. (eds.), Current Developments in Bioerosion. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.


Kleemann, K., 2008b. Lithophaga (Leiosolenus) purpurea (Bivalvia: Mytilidae): one species becomes three. Club Conchylia Informationen 39:32-45.


Kleemann, K., 2009a. Botula kleemanni Valentich-Scott, 2008 actually a member of Lithophaga (Leiosolenus). Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 57:233-235.


Kleemann, K., 2009b. Gastrochaenolites hospitium isp. nov., trace fossil by a coral-associated boring bivalve from the Eocene and Miocene of Austria. Geologica Carpathica 60:339-342.


Kleemann, K., 2009c. Lithodomus bisulcata Orbigny, 1853, a junior synonym of Modiola appendiculata Philippi, 1846. Conchylia 40:23-27.


Kleemann, K., 2010. Mytilidae – Lithophaginae. In: Poppe G.T. (ed.), Philippine Marine Mollusks III, p. 500-505. (Gastropoda Part 3 & Bivalvia Part 1). ConchBooks: Hackenheim.


Kleemann, K.H. and Hoeksema, B.W., 2002. Lithophaga (Bivalvia, Mytilidae), including a new species, boring into mushroom corals (Scleractinia, Fungiidae) off South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Basteria 66:11-24.


Klein, R., Mokady, O. and Loya, Y., 1991. Bioerosion in ancient and contemporary corals of the genus Porites: patterns and palaeoenvironmental implications. Marine Ecology Progress Series 77:245-251.


Klement, K.W. and Toomey, D.F., 1967. Role of the blue-green alga Girvanella in skeletal grain destruction and lime mud formation in the Lower Ordovician of west Texas. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 37:1045-1051.


Klompmaker, A.A., Waljaard, N.A. and Fraaije, R.H.B., 2009. Ventral bite marks in Mesozoic ammonoids. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 280:245-257.


Kloos, D., 1982. Destruction of tests of the foraminifer Sorites orbiculus by endolithic microorganisms in a lagoon on Curaçao (Netherlands Antilles). Geologie en Mijnbouw 61:201-205.


Kluessendorf, J. and Doyle, P., 2000. Pohlsepia mazonensis, an early ‘octopus’ from the Carboniferous of Illinois, USA. Palaeontology 43:919-926.


Knaust, D., 2008. Balanoglossites Magdefrau, 1932 from the Middle Triassic of Germany: part of a complex trace fossil probably produced by burrowing and boring polychaetes. Palaeontologische Zeitschrift 82:347-372.


Knaust, D., 2010. The end-Permian mass extinction and its aftermath on an equatorial carbonate platform: insights from ichnology. Terra Nova 22:195–202.


Knaust, D. et al., 2007. Invertebrate trace fossils and ichnodiversity in shallow-marine carbonates of the German Middle Triassic (Muschelkalk). Special Publication - Society for Sedimentary Geology 88:223-240.


Knight-Jones, E.W. and Moyse, J., 1961. Intraspecific competition in sedentary marine animals. Symposia of the Society for Experimental Biology 15:72-95.


Knoll, A.H., 1985. The distribution and evolution of microbial life in the Late Proterozoic Era. Annual Reviews of Microbiology 39:391-417.


Knoll, A.H. Barghoorn, E.S. and Golubic, S., 1975. Paleopleurocapsa wopfnerii gen. et sp. nov.: a late-Precambrian blue-green alga and its modern counterpart. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 72:2488-2492.


Knoll, A.H., Burkhardt, E., Swett, K., 1989. Paleoenvironmental distribution of microfossils and stromatolites in the upper Proterozoic Backlundtoppen Formation, Spitsbergen. Journal of Paleontology 63:129-145.


Knoll, A.H. and Golubic, S., 1992. Proterozoic and living Cyanobacteria, p. 450-462. In: Schidlowski, M., Golubic, S., Kimberley, M.M., McKirdy, D.M. and Trudinger, P.A. (eds.), Early Organic Evolution: Implications for Mineral and Energy Resources. Springer, Berlin.


Knoll, A.H., Golubic, S., Green, J. and Swett, K., 1986. Organically preserved microbial endoliths from the Late Proterozoic of East Greenland. Nature 321:856-857.


Knudsen, J., 1961. The bathyal and abyssal Xylophaga (Pholadidae, Bivalvia). Galathea Report 5:163-209.


Kobluk, D.R., 1977. Calcification of filaments of boring and cavity-dwelling algae, and the construction of micrite envelopes, p. 195-207. In: Romans, R.C. (ed.), Geobotany, New York, Plenum Publishing Corporation.


Kobluk, D.R., 1980. Upper Ordovician (Richmondian) cavity-dwelling (coelobiontic) organisms from southern Ontario. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 17:1616-1627.


Kobluk, D.R., 1981. Cavity-dwelling biota in Middle Ordovician (Chazy) bryozoan mounds from Quebec. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 18:42-54.


Kobluk, D.R., 1981. Lower Cambrian cavity-dwelling endolithic (boring) sponges. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 18:972-980.


Kobluk, D.R., 1981. Middle Ordovician (Chazy Group) cavity-dwelling boring sponges. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 18:1101-1108.


Kobluk, D.R., 1983. The macroboring ichnofossil Trypanites in colonies of the Middle Ordovician bryozoan Prasopora: population behaviour and reaction to environmental influences. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 19:679-688.


Kobluk, D.R., 1984. Coastal paleokarst near the Ordovician-Silurian boundary, Manitoulin Island, Ontario. Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology 32:398-407.


Kobluk, D.R., 1985. Biota preserved within cavities in Cambrian Epiphyton mounds, Upper Shady Dolomite, southwestern Virginia. Journal of Paleontology 59:1158-1172.


Kobluk, D.R., 1988. Pre-Cenozoic fossil record of cryptobionts and their presence in early reefs and mounds. Palaios 3:243-250.


Kobluk, D.R. and James, N.P., 1979. Cavity dwelling organisms in Lower Cambrian patch reefs from southern Labrador. Lethaia 12:193-218.


Kobluk, D.R, James, N.P. and Pemberton, S.G., 1978. Initial diversification of macroboring ichnofossils and exploitation of the macroboring niche in the Lower Paleozoic. Paleobiology 4:163-170.


Kobluk, D.R. and Kahle, C.F., 1977. Bibliography of the endolithic (boring) algae and fungi and related geologic processes. Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology 25:208-223.


Kobluk, D.R. and Kahle, C.F., 1978. Geologic significance of boring and cavity-dwelling marine algae. Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology 26:362-379.


Kobluk, D.R. and Kozelj, M., 1985. Recognition of a relationship between depth and macroboring distribution in growth framework reef cavities, Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles. Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology 33:462-470.


Kobluk, D.R. and Nemcsok, S., 1982. The macroboring ichnofossil Trypanites in colonies of the Middle Ordovician bryozoan Prasopora: population behaviour and reaction to environmental influences. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 19:679-688.


Kobluk, D.R., Pemberton, S.G., Karolyi, M. and Risk, M.J., 1977. The Silurian-Devonian disconformity in southern Ontario. Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology 25:1157-1186.


Kobluk, D.R. and Risk, M.J., 1974. Devonian boring algae or fungi associated with micrite tubules. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 11:1606-1610.


Kobluk, D.R. and Risk, M.J., 1977. Calcification of exposed filaments of endolithic algae, micrite envelope formation and sediment production. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 47:517-528.


Kobluk, D.R. and Risk, M.J., 1977. Rate and nature of infestation of a carbonate substratum by a boring alga. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 27:107-115.


Kobluk, D.R. and Risk, M.J., 1977. Algal borings and framboidal pyrite in Upper Ordovician brachiopods. Lethaia 10:135-143.


Kobluk, D.R. and Risk, M.J., 1977. Micritization and carbonate-grain binding by endolithic algae. AAPG Bulletin 61:1069-1082.


Kofoid, C.A., Miller, R.C., with the collaboration of, Lazier, E.L., Dore, W.H., Blum, H.F. and Van Slyke, E., 1927. Biological section, p. 188-343. In: Hill, C.L. and Kofoid, C.A. (eds.), Marine borers and their relation to marine construction on the Pacific coast. San Francisco (San Francisco Bay Marine Piling Committee).


Kohlmeyer, J., 1958. Holzzerstörende Pilze im Meerwasser. Holz als Roh- und Werkstoff 16:215-220.


Kohlmeyer, J., 1963. Parasitische und epiphytische Pilze und Meeresalgen. Nova Hedwigia, 6:127-146.


Kohlmeyer, J., 1966. Neue Meerespilze an Mangroven. Berichten der Deutschen Botanischen Gessellschaft 79:27-37.


Kohlmeyer, J., 1966. Ecological observations on arenicolous marine fungi. Zeitschrift für Allgemeine Mikrobiologie 6:94-105.


Kohlmeyer, J., 1967. Intertidal and phycophilous fungi from Tenerife (Canary Islands). Transactions of the British Mycological Society 50:137-147.


Kohlmeyer, J., 1968. Marine fungi from the tropics. Mycologia, 60:252-270.


Kohlmeyer, J., 1969. The role of marine fungi in the penetration of calcareous substances. American Zoologist 9:741-746.


Kohlmeyer, J., 1969. Wood-inhabiting marine fungi from the Pacific Northwest, California. Nova Hedwigia 2:293-343.


Kohlmeyer, J., 1969. Deterioration of wood by marine fungi in the deep sea. Material Performance and the Deep Sea, Special Technical Publication 445:20-30.


Kohlmeyer, J., 1969. Marine fungi of Hawaii including the new genus Helicascus. Canadian Journal of Botany 47:1469-1487.


Kohlmeyer, J., 1984. Tropical marine fungi. PSZNI Marine Ecology 5(4), 329-378.


Kohlmeyer, J., Bebout, B. and Volkmann-Kohlmeyer, B., 1995. Decomposition of mangrove wood by marine fungi and teredinids in Belize. Marine Ecology 16:27-39.


Kohlmeyer, J. and Kohlmeyer, E., 1971. Marine fungi from tropical America and Africa. Mycologia 63:831-861.


Kohlmeyer, J. and Volkman-Kohlmeyer, B., 1987. Marine fungi from Belize with a description of two new genera of Ascomycetes. Botanica Marina 30:195-204.


Kojumdjiva, E., 1974. Les gasteropodes perceurs et leurs victimes du Miocene de Bulgarie du nord-ouest. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulletin of the Geological Institute, Series Paleontology 23:5-24.


Kolbasov, G.A., 2000. Lithoglyptes cornutes, new species (Cirripedia: Acrothoracica), a boring barnacle from the Seychelles, with some data on its ultrastructure. Hydrobiologia 438:185-191.


Kölliker, A., 1859. On the frequent occurrence of vegetable parasites in the hard structures of animals. Royal Society, Proceedings 10:95-99.


Kölliker, A., 1860. Über das ausgebreitete Vorkommen von pflanzlichen Parasiten in den Hartgebilden niederer Thiere. Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Zoologie 10:215-232.


Kolodziej, B., 1997. Boring Foraminifera from exotics of the Stramberk-type limestones (Tithonian-lower Berriasian, Polish Carpathians). Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae 67:249-256.


Königshof, P. and Glaub, I., 2004. Traces of microboring organisms in Paleozoic conodont elements. Geobios 37:416-427.


Kornmann, P., 1959. Die heterogene Gattung Gomontia. Helgoländer wissenschaft Meeresunters 6:229-238.


Kornmann, P., 1960. Die heterogene Gattung Gomontia. II. Der fädige Anteil, Eugomontia sacculata nov. gen. nov. spec. Helgoländer wissenschaft Meeresunters 7:59-71.


Kornmann, P., 1960. Von Conchocelis zu Porphyra. Helgoländer wissenschaft Meeresunters 7:189-194.


Kornmann, P., 1961. Über Codiolum und Urospora. Helgoländer wissenschaft Meeresunters 8:42-57.


Kornmann, P., 1962 . Die Entwicklung von Porphyra leucosticta im Kulturversuch. Helgoländer wissenschaft Meeresunters 8:167-175.


Kornmann, P., 1962. Zur Kenntnis der Porphyra-Arten von Helgoland. Helgoländer wissenschaft Meeresunters 8:176-192.


Kornmann, P., 1962. Die Entwicklung von Monostroma grevillei. Helgoländer wissenschaft Meeresunters 8:195-202.


Kornmann, P. and Sahling, P.-H., 1980. Kalkbohrende Mikrothalli bei Helminthocladia und Scinaia (Nemaliales, Rhodophyta). Helgoländer Meeresuntersuchungen 34:31-40.


Kornmann, P. and Sahling, P.-H., 1980. Ostreobium quekettii (Codiales, Chlorophyta). Helgoländer wissenschaft Meeresunters 34:115-122.


Korringa, P., 1951. Investigations on shell-disease in the oyster, Ostrea edulis L. Rapports Procès-verbaux Réunion Conseil Permanent International pour l'Exploration de la Mer 128:50-54.


Korringa, P., 1954. The shell of Ostrea edulis as a habitat. Archives Neerlandaises de Zoologie 10:32-152.


Kowalewski, M., 1993. Morphometric analysis of predatory drillholes. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 102:69-88.


Kowalewski, M., Dulai, A. and Fürsich, F.T., 1998. A fossil record full of holes, the Phanerozoic history of drilling predation. Geology 26:1091-1094.


Kowalewski, M., Ghilardi, R.P., Mello, L.H.C., Simoes, M.G. and Torello, F.F., 2000. Drill holes in shells of Permian benthic invertebrates. Journal of Paleontology 74:532-543.


Koyumdzhsieva, E., 1976. Midi-Probivachi v midtsena na severozapadna Bulgariya. (Boring bivalves in the Miocene of northwestern Bulgaria). Paleontologiia Stratigrafina i Litologiya 4:68-74.


Krishnamurthy, V., 1969. The Conchocelis-phase of three species of Porphyra in culture. Journal of Phycology 5:42-47.


Kristensen, E.S., 1979. Observations on growth and life cycle of the shipworm Teredo navalis L. (Bivalvia, Mollusca) in the Isefjord, Denmark. Ophelia 18(2), 235-242.


Kríz, J. and Mikulás, R., 2006. Bivalve wood borings of the ichnogenus Teredolites Leymerie from the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin (Upper Cretaceous, Czech Republic). Ichnos 13:159-174.


Kroll, D.K., 1995. Bioerosion by grazing
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